Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA. This land like the title says belongs to the Navajo nation. With the help of a Navajo guide, you can visit the lower and upper canyon (famous for it light beam, which can be seen on IFL). This was taken in the lower canyon in the morning. This shot is made of 3 exposures.
Canon EOS 5D Mark II - EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM. Developed in Lightroom, tone-mapped in Photomatix, adjustments in Photoshop.
On Navajo land, this is one of the many monuments that you can see when visiting the park. Since I was a kid I have always wanted to visit because I grew up with John Wayne. But more recently after I purchased my Sony PS3 and played the intro of Motorstorm on my plasma screen. But nothing beats the real thing!
Canon EOS 5D Mark II with 17-40L. Developed in Lightroom, adjustments in Photoshop.
This image was captured about an hour before sunset on a recent backpacking trip to the bottom of the Grand Canyon via Soap Creek. Located about 15 miles from Glen Canyon dam in northern Arizona, this area is well upriver from the popular main corridor. The solitude and sheer grandeur is incredible.
I took this photograph in Phoenix Zoo, Arizona, USA on 28th March 2010.
This is from my second wildlife photography album. I was testing out my new Canon EOS 7D! I was shooting in continuous mode and the tiger looked at me for just a fraction of a second, when it heard the shutter sound!
Canon EOS 7D, Canon EF 300mm f/4L IS USM. Adobe Lightroom 2.6, Adobe Photoshop CS4, Focal Point 2.
I didn't really know what i was doing when i took this but i ended up with a really great shot of the reflected sunlight off the sandstone formations at the Wave of Coyote Butes in Arizona. I used a Canon a540.
This is a sunset photograph I took in September, 2011 on the Apache Trail on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona. It was one of those spontaneous moments where you see something beautiful and must capture it so that the beauty may live on forever.